Treating Psoriatic Arthritis

Even through psoriatic arthritis may want to slow you down, complete treatment with exercise can help your joints move smoothly and without pain.
 
Psoriatic arthritis treatments are meant to reduce pain and stiffness while protecting your joints from further deterioration. There are numerous ways to accomplish this, so it’s best to do your homework and, working with your doctor, weigh out all of your options. We’ll provide you with all the information you need to make educated choices about treating your condition

The Importance of Staying Active with Psoriatic Arthritis

While arthritis symptoms can make physical activity daunting, people with psoriatic arthritis are encouraged to stay active. Learn how exercise helps joints, as well as ways to warm up and cool down that ease arthritis symptoms.

Easy Exercises to Prevent Hand Stiffness

Since we use our hands so much, it is important to keep them limber. Learn easy hand strengthening techniques that ease arthritis symptoms and can be done anywhere.

Foods to Avoid to Prevent Psoriatic Arthritis Flare-Ups

Research has shown that sugars can trigger psoriasis skin flares, as well as increased inflammation in joints. . This slideshow guide will show you what foods can trigger flares and what foods could help reduce inflammation in your joints.

Protect Your Joints

You may be damaging your joints and not even know it. Find out how to protect yourself from these activities by using shoe inserts, devices for small tasks, and more.

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